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Summer Art Programs & Gallery Tours

The Forum Art Centre (Institute) at 120 Eugenie St. & Tache is offering a variety of summer art programming including Gallery Tours. We are centrally located in Coronation Park with free parking. Most of our summer programs are in August except handbuilt pottery & include: Summer Art Day Camps for Children 8 – 12; Art Camps (half day) for Teens (13+); Plein Aire Art Camps for Adults/Teens (14+) – Art Discovery Mixed Media, Creative Digital Photography, & Drawing Plein Aire; Guided Gallery Tours for Adult/Teens (14+); Evening Art Classes for Adults/Teens 14+). For dates, times & details please call 235-1069 or visit www.forumartinstitute.ca

Where:

Forum Art Centre

120 Eugenie Street

235-1069

www.forumartinstitute.ca

When:

Monday, August 8, 2011 from 10:00 AM to 3:00 PM

What:

Theatre & Arts > Galleries

Neighbourhood:

St. Boniface

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